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New York Could Revive Death Penalty for Cop Killers

April 26, 2007
Motivated by recent shootings that killed law enforcement officers in the line of duty, lawmakers in New York are striving to bring back the death penalty for such crimes.

Border Patrol Agent Charged with Murder for Shooting Illegal Immigrant

April 26, 2007
An Arizona attorney has charged a U.S. Border Patrol agent with murder for fatally shooting an illegal immigrant in January, The Arizona Daily Star reported.

TREXPO East Registration Open

April 26, 2007
Featuring an expanded focus on tactical medicine, the 2007 TREXPO East expo and conference in Chantilly, Va., Aug. 21-24 offers training, education, product exposure, and networking.

Utah Officer Named NLEOMF Officer of Month for Off-Duty Response

April 26, 2007
For his actions in responding to an active shooter at a Salt Lake City mall while off duty, Master Officer Ken Hammond of the Ogden City (Utah) Police Department has been named Officer of the Month for April 2007 by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. The incident is detailed in the May issue of Police Magazine.

Amended FERPA Legislation to be Introduced in Congress

April 20, 2007
In response to the Virginia Tech massacre, Congressman Tim Murphy (R-PA) says he will be introducing legislation to revise the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974.

States, Campuses Looking to Improve School, College Security

April 20, 2007
Universities, schools and state governments across the nation have responded to the Virginia Tech tragedy by reviewing their campus safety measures.

Virginia Tech Gunman Sent Package to News Station Between Shootings

April 19, 2007
During the hours between the initial attack and his 30-victim killing spree, the Virginia Tech gunman mailed a large package containing a manifesto-like diatribe, videos, and photographs to NBC News.

Ford Crown Victoria Police Vehicle Goes Green

April 19, 2007
Ford Motor Company has announced its new 2008 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor will be offered as a flexible fuel vehicle allowing it to operate on E85 ethanol or gasoline. News of the "green" police vehicle came at the Alternative Fuels and Vehicles National Conference in Anaheim, Calif.

Monadnock to Hold International Instructor Seminar

April 19, 2007
Baton manufacturer Monadnock will hold its Annual International Monadnock Instructor Seminar, May 6–11, 2007 in Lowell, Mass., at the DoubleTree Riverfront Hotel.

Drug Tests Exonerate Punk Rocker

April 19, 2007
Additional testing showed the peppermint-scented liquid that got punk rocker Don Bolles arrested on drug charges this month was only soap, not the date-rape drug GHB, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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